asked Nov 24 '17 at 09:55 by Rokka (81)

edited Nov 24 '17 at 10:26

Is there a way to actually quickly draw/paint the envelope of the note expressions on Bitwig Studio 2? Now i have to manually and very slowly put a expression value to each note with this point editor interface.

I would only like to quickly sketch the overall envelope over all the notes.

With the pen tool you I can only draw notes, not note expressions.

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answered Nov 25 '17 at 15:05 by jauernig (31)

MAybe we're talking about different here. In the expression section of a MIDI clip I can choose between velociy, timbre, pressure, gain and pan ... none of these can be dran. And the per note pitch expression also cannot be drawn. By trying to draw I get a grey selecting box ... see screenshot https://www.dropbox.com/s/5luga9svhk01evj/cannot_draw_note_expression.jpg?dl=0 Is there a video that shows how to to it correctly?

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answered Nov 25 '17 at 15:44 by jauernig (31)

edited Nov 25 '17 at 15:52

You can switch to touch screen display and "play" pich courves in real time using the mouse.

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answered Nov 24 '17 at 13:07 by jauernig (31)

Ah. ok. But thats is not practical when doing editing of the score :). I have also expressive instruments from ROLI to do that.

  — (Nov 24 '17 at 14:15) Rokka

You can use the pen tool to quickly draw expressions. Just next to the timeline header in the note editor there's a tool selector. Here choose the pen, and draw away! :-)

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answered Nov 25 '17 at 13:28 by fredrik (90)

Well, if you draw in the expression section of the panel, you can draw expressions.

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answered Nov 25 '17 at 15:32 by fredrik (90)

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